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Subject: Re: Currency Rates?
From: "Dion Loy (Google)" <dloy+gro...@google.com>
To: Google Finance APIs and Tools <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The Finance API is just for retrieving and manipulating a portfolio.
It does not provide stock or currency quotes. Xignite.com has been
mentioned a few times as a possibility for getting commercial rights
to display data on a public web page.
On May 19, 2:05=A0pm, JABevan <jabe...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've created a very simple spreadsheet in Google Docs pulling in
> foreign exchange rates and comparing them. =A0For example, I have a cell
> pulling in yesterday's USDJPY closing price using this formula:
> I'd like to create something similar on a public web page. =A0The Google
> Finance API doesn't seem to include FOREX rates. =A0Am I missing